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Xalient achieves Top 10 in The Sunday Times Best Places to Work

Employees love working at Xalient according to the latest Sunday Times Best Places to Work awards, revealed today.

Xalient, a global leader in identity and access management (IAM), security, and network transformation solutions, ranked among the top 10 best employers in the ‘big organisations’ category of The Sunday Times Best Places to Work Awards. The awards also recognized Xalient in the Spotlight Award category for Best Places to Work for Women. This nationwide workplace survey, powered by WorkL, celebrates Britain’s top employers and recognizes the best workplaces for women. It also recognizes the LGBTQIA+ community, disabled employees, ethnic minorities, younger and older workers, and wellbeing.

Outstanding Employee Satisfaction Scores in The Sunday Times Best Places to Work

Xalient achieved an excellent average happiness score of 92%, an excellent information sharing score of 91%. Furthermore, it achieved an excellent overall job satisfaction score of 93%. Additionally, Xalient scored a 92% confidence in management against an industry average across the technology sector of 76%, which also received the rating of excellent.

Investments in Culture Reflected in Recognition

Annie Davies, Chief Culture Officer at Xalient, commented on the win: “We are delighted to see the investments we make in our culture reflected in this achievement. It is further encouraging as last year we welcomed two organisations, Integral Partners in the US and Grabowsky in the Benelux region. This exemplifies how well our cultures align and how well the synergies match across our global workforce. As we continue to evolve the business, we want our employees to flourish, and we are continuing to invest in programmes that will help them develop. But most importantly, we want them to stay and be part of the Xalient family.”

Commitment to Diversity

Xalient CEO and founder, Sherry Vaswani added, “I am so thrilled that Xalient has been recognised in these awards for a second year running and to make the top ten list in 2024. We aim to make Xalient a fantastic place to work and have introduced initiatives to strengthen the company-wide alignment. We foster long-term success by unifying employees around our purpose, values and sense of belonging. This award is testimony to our commitment to our employees. Further, I am so proud that Xalient has been recognised as a The Sunday Times Best Places to Work workplace to work for women. Women empowerment and diversity is a topic that is close to my heart as I believe that technology needs diverse thinking from people who want to change our world and the industry offers a career of endless possibilities for all.

The Sunday Times partnered with employee-experience platform WorkL to deliver fresh insights into what makes a Best Place to Work. Using 35 questions from WorkL’s employee engagement survey, the awards most accurately monitored employee engagement and wellbeing in the workplace.

Insights from The Sunday Times Best Places to Work and WorkL Partnership

Chris Longcroft, EVP Publisher, The Times and The Sunday Times, said: The Sunday Times Best Places to Work awards recognise companies that create a happier and fulfilling working environment for all, by fostering engagement from their teams, yielding great business and performance in return.  Wishing all of those companies who made the grade this year many congratulations.”

Lord Mark Price, Founder of WorkL, said: “Many congratulations to this year’s winners of the Sunday Times Best Places to Work, powered by WorkL. You should be very proud of your achievement of being recognised as one of the very best places to work. I have little doubt that these awards will help with both retention of your existing employees and drive recruitment of the best candidates into your organisations in the year ahead.”

Additional Recognitions and Achievements

This accolade comes off the back of many other significant recognitions achieved this year. Xalient ranked among Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies in 2024 by the Financial Times and Statista for the third consecutive year.  For further information please go to The Sunday Times Best Places to Work, powered by WorkL, Awards Categories.

Best Places to Work: Big Organisation (250 + Employees) 2024

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